Asimina parviflora - Dwarf Pawpaw

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1 seed per pack. A much lesser known Pawpaw species, native to the southern United States, from Texas through Florida. Like its better known relative, this species bears greenish fruits, with soft, sweetly edible pulp. The fruits are a bit smaller than the regular Pawpaw and the growth habit is more compact, rarely reaching much higher than 6-10 feet tall. Naturally grows in seasonally dry woodlands. Hardy to frosts similar to the standard Pawpaw, though its natural range is more southerly based. A rare, and little known native-U.S. fruit. Seeds are fresh, cannot be stored and should be planted on receipt. #4621